Here are the top 10 luxury hotels opening up in India in 2019. Hyatt, Taj, Six Senses, Four Seasons, Chedi and Hilton are opening up quite a few Luxury hotels this year which will set the bar a bit high.
Philippine Airlines will start operating flights on the Delhi – Manila route from April 2019 using an A321neo. They look to have a solid business class product on this aircraft.
IndiGo has launched Istanbul as their 16th international gateway from India. IndiGo has some tempting introductory fares starting at INR 24k roundtrip.
IndiGo is on a roll and plans to add a huge number of International flights from India in 2019, which will make flying cheaper for everyone.
British Airways is celebrating a 100 year of flying. As a part of the celebrations, British Airways will introduce a series of retro liveries. First up is this classic BOAC livery.
IndiGo once operated an all 180-seat A320 fleet. But they now have 4 sub-fleets inside the airline with different capacities. With this fleet complexity comes aircraft swaps and overbooking. Here is how the problem is being solved.
DoT notified the final rules for in-flight connectivity and paved the way for telecom providers to apply for a license in December 2018. 3 telecoms have applied for a license to provide in-flight connectivity.
Jet Airways is in the throes of financial pain right now, and in the midst of it, their aircraft induction schedule has gone for a toss. Here is why you don’t see too many of these aircraft in the air, yet!
IndiGo seems to be reconsidering their plans to operate a narrowbody on an 8+ hour flight. Those plans have just gotten into the cold storage at the moment.
An Air India 787, VT-ANE suffered an incident in Stockholm on November 28, 2018. The damaged wingtip is finally repaired and the aircraft is ferried back to India after 1.5 months.
Air India has stopped accepting bookings on their First Class cabin and seems to be already underway to retrofit these aircraft with no First Class cabins.